World Record Striper Greg Myerson RattleSinker - 12 oz. Chartreuse

World Record Striper Greg Myerson RattleSinker - 12 oz. Chartreuse

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DescriptionSizeQty. Per PackColorPrice
RS 012 Chartreuse
WRS-0009-2
Greg Myerson RattleSinker12 oz.1Chartreuse$10.49 USD

The World Record Striper Greg Myerson RattleSinker was the secret weapon used in attracting each of Greg Myerson's four world record striped bass. The RattleSinker is a unique piece of fishing tackle that performs three functions:  it uses sound to attract preyfish to your bait, it helps to place your bait in the vicinity of these fish, and it protects you and the environment from lead.

The key to properly using the Greg Myerson RattleSinker in the way it was meant to be used is a technique called Rattling. Rattling involves 'bouncing' the RattleSinker up and down so it emits the sound so stimulating to a variety of fish.

  • Available in 10 different weights from 1 ounce to 16 ounces.
  • Eco-friendly powdercoating protects both angler and environment from noxious lead
  • Choice of two colors (Camouflage is recommended for Striper)
3.5 Stars based on 6 reviews
By Eric
Stamford, CT
Nice Idea, But they are Overpriced and Underweight
January 15, 2019
I like the idea - add a rattle to your sinker to add an extra layer of attraction to your presentation. However, they are really very expensive for what they are - an old painted sinker with a hole drilled in it and filled with some BBs and a plastic cap to plug the hole. $8 plus shipping is quite pricey for only one 6 ounce sinker, not to mention the fact that the 6 ounce sinker only weighs 133 grams which is only about 4.75 ounces. So buy heavy. Moreover, I bought a 4 ounce and 6 ounce and the 4 ounce doesn’t rattle very loudly, it could use some more BBs. The 6 ounce sounded a little better. If you want to save some money and are handy, buy some BBs and plastic caps or marine silicone to plug the holes and drill some holes in some old lead sinkers. But I am definitely curious tho see if it catches more fish
Pros- Nice idea - innovative - Nicely painted - The rattle may increase your hookup ratio and attract larger fish
Cons- Very expensive - Underweight - The lighter sinkers (under 6 ounces) don?t rattle as loudly as the heavier sinkers
By Eric
Stamford, CT
Nice idea but expensive for what they run light - buy heavier than you want
January 15, 2019
I like the idea - add a rattle to your sinker to add an extra layer of attraction to your presentation. However, they are really very expensive for what they are - an old painted sinker with a hole drilled in it and filled with some BBs and a plastic cap to plug the hole. $6 plus shipping is quite pricey for only one 4 ounce sinker, not to mention the fact that the 4 ounce. sinker only weighs 92 grams which is only about 3.29 ounces. So buy heavy. Moreover, I bought a 4 ounce and 6 ounce and the 4 ounce doesn’t rattle very loudly, it could use some more BBs. The 6 ounce sounded a little better. If you want to save some money and are handy, buy some BBs and plastic caps and drill some holes in some old lead sinkers. But I am definitely curious tho see if it catches more fish.
Pros- Nice idea - Innovative - nicely painted
Cons- expensive - underweight - the lighter sinkers (under 6 ounces) don?t rattle very loudly
By Jason
Centereach, Ny
Rattles
August 6, 2016
Seem to be making the difference on big fish. Have used them bouncing bait for fluke with some great results.
By Aaron
Hanford Ca.
Not impressed
May 16, 2016
This is a bank sinker with a hole drilled in the bottom and a worm rattle glued up in it. I have other rattling fishing weights that work great. This one doesn't meet their quality. They can be productive in the right situation. They do hold the world record striper record. I just think the have a limited use. If they had a better rattle system I can see these being a great sinker for all sort of applications.
ProsVertical jigging the weights put of a subtle click that can be productive.
ConsPowder coat chips off the lead. Very little to no noise if worked along the bottom. Expensive for just 2 sinkers with little worm rattles glued up into it.
By Tony
Pasadena, MD
Great alternative to lead
December 9, 2015
These are great when you need an alternative to lead weights. The weight seems to be the same as lead and seems a little smaller in size. These also have a rattler with them.
By Frank
Smyrna, Tennessee
Just Curious
December 6, 2015
They have a smooth finish and a nice paint job for a sinker. However, I have to shake the sinker vigorously to hear it rattle. Maybe a grouper will hear it better than me. Who knows if it will really attract more fish. We'll see. I can only catch them one at a time anyway. It is very expensive for a sinker, even if it does rattle. I've spent money on stranger things though.
ProsUnique design Nice finish
ConsPrice, price, price Ease of rattle
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